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From the beginning, dark matter can be composed of black holes

A new study shows that dark matter is a mysterious matter that exerts gravity but does not emit light. In fact, it may be composed of a large number of ancient black holes formed at the beginning of the universe. This conclusion comes from the analysis of gravitational waves or ripples. Time and space, Is composed of black holes and …

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Self-healing “Xenobots” mean the future of living machines

A hundred years ago, It is easy to tell when it is a machine. Developmental biologist Michael Levin tells us that the machine is “hard, awkward, metal and heavy.” inverse. But recently, Levine and his collaborator, University of Vermont computer science professor Joshua Bongard (Joshua Bongard) have become very clear that our definition of “machine” and “living organism” will become …

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How your gas stove sparked the fight against climate change

The gas stove has become a proxy battlefield for the earth’s future. Some cities are trying to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by eliminating gas collection in new buildings. However, the natural gas industry does not fail without failure. The most successful marketing campaign in favor of natural gas has launched a war in the kitchen, promoting gas stoves to a …

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Melting ice causes sea level to rise to 18 meters

An isolated lake in northwest Scotland. The sediment analyzed from the bottom of this low-lying lake tells us that it was once connected to the ocean. Image source: Professor Ian Shennan, Department of Geography, Durham University. As we all know, sea level rise caused by climate is the main threat. A new study found that previous glacier loss events may …

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Stunning lava show captured by drones, this is the first eruption of an Icelandic volcano in six thousand years

SWNS The Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland began to erupt a few weeks ago, marking the first eruption of the Reykjanes Peninsula in more than 800 years. Fortunately, the drone photographer Vilius Petrikas was there, capturing the history of the shooting by hanging the camera on the scene. The stunning image shows the main volcanic cone and the surrounding smaller cones …

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We are just closer to truly determining who is the first animal in the world

The tree of animal life must start somewhere. However, finding the original branch in such a tangled canopy is harder than it sounds. A new analysis of genomic data shows that the longest-running branch has been deceiving us. Since the 19th century, many scientists have shown sponges-one of the simplest creatures in existence-as the world’s first animal. However, modern genomics …

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NASA begins to assemble spacecraft to study huge metallic asteroids

This website may receive affiliate commissions through links on this page. terms of use. Last week, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California received a package, which is more important than the small number of Amazon impulse purchases that appeared at most of our doors. JPL has delivered the Psyche spacecraft from Maxar Technologies, and is currently in the process …

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